|Directed by||Hugo Haas|
|Produced by||Jerry Bresler|
|Music by||Leith Stevens|
|Edited by||Leon Barsha|
|Release date(s)||April 4, 1957|
|Running time||81 minutes|
Lizzie is a 1957 drama film directed by Hugo Haas. The movie is based on the novel The Bird's Nest by Shirley Jackson and stars Eleanor Parker, Richard Boone and Joan Blondell. The popular songs "It's Not for Me to Say" and "Warm and Tender" were written for this film, and performed by Johnny Mathis, who played a piano player/singer in the film. (Both songs were subsequently included in Mathis' fifth album, Johnny's Greatest Hits). The film was produced by MGM Studios.
Elizabeth has recurring headaches and is plagued with insomnia. She is receiving letters from a woman called Lizzie, but Elizabeth can't remember knowing anyone named Lizzie. When Elizabeth is under hypnosis, her psychiatrist, Dr. Wright, discovers Elizabeth has three personalities: The shy Elizabeth, the Mr. Hyde-like Lizzie, and the kind, well-adjusted Beth, the woman she always should have been. It is up to Dr. Wright to help Elizabeth to become Beth completely.
- Eleanor Parker – Elizabeth Richmond
- Richard Boone – Dr. Neal Wright
- Joan Blondell – Aunt Morgan
- Hugo Haas – Walter Brenner
- Ric Roman – Johnny Valenzo
- Dorothy Arnold – Elizabeth's mother
- Marion Ross – Ruth Seaton
- Johnny Mathis – Piano Singer
According to MGM records the film earned $280,000 in the US and Canada and $275,000 elsewhere, resulting in a loss of $154,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.